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The Best Multiplayer Shooting Games to Try In 2020

The Best Mulplayer Shoong Games to Try In 2020

The year 2020 has been a rollercoaster ride from the start to the present. When scrolling through social media and switching channel over channel only puts you in a glum state of mind, you realize you need a breather. That’s one thing gaming can guarantee especially if it’s an FPS-based multiplayer game. You can head on a single-player quest but with no one on your Discord channel to flame and joke around with you, going solo in gaming can become a tad bit boring.

The solution, as we mentioned already, is to pick up a multiplayer shooting game and play PvP with your premade. We have compiled a list of all the games you can try but since you’d require a steady internet connection as popularly offered by Mediacombundledeals, make sure your connection doesn’t lag out on you!

Without further ado, here are some games you can play with your gaming buddies.

Doom Eternal

The Doomslayer strikes again but this time, the demons will feel as if they’re competing against the slayer in nightmare mode, not him. The remake of the classic Doom 2, DOOM 2016, was a success in the current era of first-person shooting games. You get to relive the 1993 game all over again with but with a few new additions to Hell’s demons and upgraded guns. While the boss fights might not be as intense as compared to its 2016 prequel, the game is still gory, intense, and lets you cut through hordes of Hell’s fiendish minions.

Overwatch

Blizzard Entertainment has secured a notable spot in the gaming realm with its Blizzard-exclusive first-person multiplayer shooter, Overwatch. The game’s not free but worth every cent spent on it. You get to choose from an extensive roster of heroes, each having a unique set of abilities. There are multiple game modes that befit the tastes of every shooter game fanatic. You can even create a premade lobby of five players and enjoy a fun-filled weekend night of gaming.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare

Call of Duty has remained a renowned franchise on a worldwide scale. While Modern Warfare might ask you to remove a few games from your storage to make up some download space, the game is worth doing so. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare isn’t your typical first-person shooting game either. With the battle royale genre becoming a commercial success with examples like Fortnite and PUBG, Modern Warfare is also set in a battle royale setting which you can either play solo or with your premade friends.

Valorant

When we were least expecting it, Riot Games on its 10-year anniversary announced that the company is jumping on the FPS gaming bandwagon as well. The beta model of Valorant was available to select players but with its official launch in June 2020, the game has managed to secure over 3 million players. The game’s mechanics, gameplay, and aesthetics feel like a fusion of Counter-Strike and Over watch but each character has a unique role to play with their abilities and power-ups. That makes Valorant interesting and worthy of giving a shot!

Rainbow Six Siege

Rainbow Six Siege, a PC shooter game, was an unexpected hit in the FPS gaming scene. The game has been so successful that it has been scheduled for a release on both next-gen consoles Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5. The gameplay is intense, requires a high skip cap, and needs stealth movement through and through. It might feel a bit slow-paced at first but don’t be tunnel-visioned. Pay close attention to each movement of the enemy team and stomp them when you get the opportunity.

Apex Legends

Competitive gaming has become an integral part of the Esports industry and one new addition to the genre is Apex Legends. The game follows a similar path like PUBG and Fortnite with unique bits here and there. Apex Legends has a complete battle royale-based map with a lot of weaponry and different characters to choose from.

Left 4 Dead 2

Valve’s Left 4 Dead 2 might not precisely be an FPS game, it’s still an amazing zombie shooter with lots of action and bloodshed going on. The gameplay doesn’t involve you running through dark alleys alone to collect weapons and special items. It’s not Resident Evil. What will happen instead is that you will be jumped on by hordes of zombies with each wave becoming more intense than the first one? If it’s too challenging for you to blast up zombies solo, you can always partner up with your friends as Left 4 Dead 2 is a co-op game.

Borderlands 2

With Borderlands 2, engineer Gearbox Entertainment and distributer 2K Games come back to the satire filled combat area. On the off chance that you played the first Borderlands, you see how this first-individual shooter works.

You play as a Vault Hunter, a fortune tracker searching for an outsider vault on a scarcely colonized planet. All through the roar filled experience, you gather several distinct firearms, each with its own extraordinary details and qualities. The substantial metal lets you cut down an apparently boundless number of robots, freaks, and Mad Max-style marauders.

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

Valves allowed to-play Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (AKA CS: GO) is one of the most famous titles of its age. Floated by a solid FPS legacy that incorporates the first Counter-Strike and Counter-Strike: Source, CS: GO is a relentless first-individual shooter from 2012 that despite everything stands its ground against contemporary titles.

Without a doubt, CS: GO is beginning to show its age in specific regions, especially concerning the to some degree dated visual plan, however, the unfathomably dynamic network offers an exceptionally serious esports scene.

To Conclude

The shooting game genre is quite diverse. You get standard FPS shooters like Call of Duty, you get to assume the role of a demon slayer and you even get to fulfill your fantasy of blasting zombies to bits. It’s one genre the gaming community will never get tired of, in fact, shooting games are the gateway to the immersive world of gaming for many newbie gamers!

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